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(CBC)   CSI: Sochi - Canadians accuse Russian officials of tampering with the Sochi luge track after placing 4th. "Looks like this is the case of.... sore lugers" YYYYYEEEEAAAAHHHHHH   (olympics.cbc.ca ) divider line
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1103 clicks; posted to Sports » on 14 Feb 2014 at 2:25 PM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-02-14 07:14:19 PM  
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I see every time Canada doesn't win now they're going to accuse the other country of cheating.

Yet we could go back in history and note that Canada has never been as good as they were when THEY were running the Olympics...cheaters.
2014-02-14 06:23:44 PM  
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Hiro-ACID
So you show the goal that would have made it, in reality, 2-1, and then Americans came back and scored to make it what would have been a 2-2 tie? What's your point?
2014-02-14 04:00:36 PM  
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They got that free goal in hockey, they should probably keep chugging their maple syrup and stfu.
2014-02-14 02:52:00 PM  
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Five Tails of Fury: meh, we missed by >< that much. It happens. Our coach needs to STFU unless he's got proof.


It's Russia. They need to show proof that something like that is not going on in each sport.
 
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